Nova Entertainment’s chief business officer, Peter Charlton, will displace Cathy O’Connor at the best job if she leaves to combine outside media business Ooh Media.
O’Connor’s departure was declared this morning. She’s due to begin that the CEO place with Ooh Media in the start of 2021. Charlton will step in to his new character in two November 2020.
Charlton was chief business officer for eight decades and worked together with Nova in a variety of roles as August 2012. He has spent over 20 years from the media sector.
Nova Entertainment executive chairman Lachlan Murdoch explained:”Cathy was a excellent pioneer of the Nova team. Nova Entertainment is your number one commercial radio community in Australia and is now continued to outperform the market at a difficult moment. I know she will succeed in her new job.”
O’Connor stated:”It’s been a privilege to serve as CEO of Nova Entertainment within the past 12 years. Leading among the media sector’s most inNOVAtive businesses, our staff has continued to make content that our audiences adore, reaching them via fresh and innovative ways. New leadership beneath Peter Charlton will see Nova remain to deliver its strategic goals, bringing to this job together with him a wealth of knowledge and insights”
Nova additionally declared today that Peter Colosimo is now chief operating officer. Colosimo has been around Nova for 2 decades and has a profound grasp of the organization.
Murdoch explained:”Now’s appointments of Peter Charlton and Pete Colosimo represent the depth of talent we’ve got in Nova Entertainment. Our evaluations achievement this season has shown the potency of Nova and the imagination of our staff. Peter and Pete possess the operational and industrial expertise to accelerate this achievement and our expansion.”
Charlton explained:”I’m honoured to be appointed as CEO and have the chance to direct the gifted and hard-working staff here in Nova. Beneath Cathy, the business has gone from strength to strength and we’ve got the appropriate people and the perfect culture to continue to build our success”